New York Construction Accident Resources

For more information regarding construction accidents, please view the links below. You can also contact our New York construction accident attorneys today through our FREE case review form.

Construction Accident Resource Links

Occupational Health and Safety Administration – Employee Workplace Rights

Learn about the rights afforded to employees under the Occupational Safety and Health Act of 1970, including the right to refuse to perform unsafe work, the right to request an OSHA inspection upon suspicion of hazardous conditions or violations and the right to whistleblower protections.

Occupational Health and Safety Administration – Construction Industry

Browse the information, tools and resources provided on the OSHA Construction Industry webpage to learn more about the hazards among those employed in the construction field.

National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health – Construction

Discover construction accident resources provided by the National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health, covering a variety of topics ranging from electrical safety to falls from elevations. Also available are additional construction resources, including the Health Hazard Evaluation Program, Fatality Assessment and Control Evaluation Program, and National Construction Center.

Department of Labor

Find general information regarding workplace safety, including a guide to whistleblower protections and workplace safety and health statistics.

OSHA Construction Resource Manual

Browse the OSHA construction resource manual for information on reporting requirements for injuries, workplace safety standards and penalties for violations.

New York Construction Accident Attorneys

If you or a loved one has been injured in a New York construction accident, our attorneys can assist you in recovering the compensation needed to cover lost wages, medical bills and other damages. Our New York construction accident law firm has years of experience handling a variety accident cases, including those involving workplace safety and construction injuries, building a successful track record of multi-million dollar results on behalf of our clients.

For injured workers, our New York construction accident attorneys can help hold the party responsible for the injuries accountable for their actions. Because construction workers cannot sue their employers, we can aid you in submitting a claim against a contractor, construction site owner or other third-party. Do not hesitate to contact our New York construction accident attorneys today for a FREE evaluation of your claim.

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